Gauteng Accommodation

The smallest of South Africa's 9 provinces, Gauteng is the commercial and industrial powerhouse of the country. Show on Map

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Comprehensive listing of Gauteng hotels, bed and breakfast accommodation, guest houses and self catering establishments and apartments in Johannesburg, Pretoria and the Greater Gauteng Province. From country retreats to luxurious city living. Whatever your Gauteng accommodation requirements, you need look no further ...

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Accommodation in Muldersdrift

B&B / Self Catering in Muldersdrift

Random Harvest Country Cottages

Set in Muldersdrift on a gorgeous country retreat, Random Harvest Country Cottages allow you to relax and rejuvenate in ... [cont.]

Meerkatplaats Guesthouse and B&B

Guest House / B&B / Self Catering in Muldersdrift

Meerkatplaats Guesthouse and B&B

Meerkatplaats Guesthouse and B&B offers self catering or bed and breakfast accommodation with dinners and lunches ... [cont.]

President Lodge

Guest House in Edenvale

President Lodge

You will always experience five-star hospitality and always feel like a Very Important Person when you visit President ... [cont.]

Waterhouse @ Waterkloof Ridge

Self Catering in Waterkloof Ridge

Waterhouse @ Waterkloof Ridge

Combining modern luxuries and comforts with an artistic flair, the guest house is situated high up in one of the most ... [cont.]

Blue Mango Lodge

Guest House in Kempton Park

Blue Mango Lodge

Blue Mango Lodge is set on three acres of beautiful park-like gardens. Here you can enjoy comfortable rooms in a great ... [cont.]

Waterfall Cottages

B&B / Self Catering in Craighall

Waterfall Cottages

Set in a large, tranquil garden, these comfortable spacious open-plan cottages offer homely accommodation. Set apart from ... [cont.]

Blue Hills Lodge

Guest House in Blue Hills

Blue Hills Lodge

Blue Hills Lodge offers bed and breakfast accommodation with charming country surroundings ideally located in the heart ... [cont.]

Glendower View Guest House

Guest House in Edenvale

Glendower View Guest House

Glendower View Guest House provides executive accommodation with a personal touch. We cater for long-term stays as well ... [cont.]

Somona Guest House

Guest House in Parkmore

Somona Guest House

Somona Guest House is centrally located in Sandton. The Guest House is strategically positioned with easy access to ... [cont.]

Cradle Valley Guest Lodge

Guest House in Muldersdrift

Cradle Valley Guest Lodge

Cradle Valley Guest Lodge is situated on the edge of the beautiful Cradle of Humankind, West of Johannesburg just a short ... [cont.]

The Winston Hotel

Hotel in Melrose

The Winston Hotel

The Winston Hotel exudes luxury and style. The design and décor of this boutique hotel in Melrose is an eclectic mix of ... [cont.]

Amakoekoe Guest Lodge

Guest House in Honeydew

Amakoekoe Guest Lodge

Amakoekoe Guest Lodge and Conference venue is located in Honeydew in the north-western suburbs of Johannesburg. In this ... [cont.]

Worcester Cottage and Suite

Self Catering in Parkwood

Worcester Cottage and Suite

Worcester Cottage and Suite is in the leafy Worcester Road in the suburb of Parkwood in Rosebank. It is a very short and ... [cont.]

Moshitametsi Guest House

Guest House in Kempton Park

Moshitametsi Guest House

Built in a distinctive style, Moshitametsi Guest House is located in Kempton Park within a 10 minute drive of OR Tambo ... [cont.]

Accolades

Hotel / Guest House in President Park

Accolades

Accolades is centrally located in Midrand, between Johannesburg and Pretoria in close proximity to Grand Central Airport ... [cont.]

Gauteng Accommodation Suburbs/Towns by Region

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West Rand {view all West Rand}

Elandsdrift, Hartbeespoort Dam (see below), Krugersdorp, Lanseria, Magaliesberg (see below), Muldersdrift, Renosterspruit, Roodepoort, Ruimsig

Magaliesberg {view all Magaliesberg}

Cradle of Humankind (see below), Doornhoek, Hekpoort, Kromdraai, Magaliesburg, Renosterspruit, Skeerpoort

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With a strange name that means place of gold, Gauteng (pronounced how-teng with a gutteral back of the throat clearing for the 'g') is the smallest of the nine provinces, yet contributes 37% to the country's economy. [cont.]

The Geepee licence plates, synonymous throughout the country with 'bad' (aggressive) driving, have come to exemplify the bustle, buzz and electric vibe of the hugely cosmopolitan city of Johannesburg, the third-largest city on the continent. Known too as Jozi and Jo'burg it has an urban sprawl similar to that of Los Angeles, covering 1 645 square kilometres.

From the mine dumps of southern Johannesburg to the glittering skyscrapers of Sandton in the north, there is an effervescence to the city that throngs with various cultures, ethnic groups and lifestyles; poor alongside rich.

Its night life pumps, and its daily grind begins at 8am and seldom winds down before 7pm along heavily oversubscribed roads and highways. Despite this, it is also known as the largest manmade urban forest in the world, with well over six million trees, and there are several green corridors through the city.

Next to it, the Jacaranda laden (during October and November) city of Pretoria is positively laidback. Fifty odd kilometres from Johannesburg along a highway that no longer bridges the divide, for the sprawl now follows alongside, it is one of three administrative capitals and vastly different from its vibey sister down the road.

Other than the two major cities, Gauteng's other areas have become, by definition, the playground for those who work long hours. Magaliesberg and Hartbeespoort Dam, Dinokeng and northern and southern Gauteng serve as weekend breaks, holiday escapes and provide downtime for those in the rat race.

Gauteng does accommodation with aplomb. Luxurious hotels, five star establishments and upmarket country resorts, bed and breakfasts, self-catering venues, guest houses, self-indulgent retreats and neat, comfortable cottages or campsites – there is something for everyone.

Johannesburg through Midrand, Randburg, Sandton, the East and West Rands, Cradle of Humankind, southern and northern Gauteng, Magaliesberg, Pretoria and Dinokeng – there are venues for all budgets. [close]

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